rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.


Skin Care

The NHS Commissioning Alliance for Brighton and Hove, Crawley, East Surrey, High Weald Lewes Havens and Horsham and Mid Sussex are looking in to change how their local dermatology services operate, and they need your help.

If you, a member of your family or someone you care for has recently seen a dermatologist in any of these locations, they want to hear from you. They will be running a range of events to help them gather valuable information on how they can develop their dermatology offering.

In particular, they want to hear what works well, what could be done better and what would you change. This is your opportunity to have an important impact on the new developments the NHS Commissioning Alliance put in place. So, if you would like to have your say, sign-up to one of the events below:

  • Monday 23rd April 2 – 4pm: Crawley Baptist Church, Crabtree Rd, RH11 7HJ
  • Tuesday 24th April, 10 – 12pm: Clair Hall, Perrymount Rd, Haywards Heath, RH16 3DN.

To book a place for the above events call 01293 600300 x 3804 and ask for the Planned Care Team Or email:

  • Wednesday 25th April 2.30- 4pm: Diablo Room – Council Offices, 8 Station Rd East, Oxted, RH8 0BT. To book a place call 01883 772810 or email: or
  • Friday 27th April from 2 – 4pm: Uckfield Civic Centre, Green Room, TN22 1AE (next to Tesco). To book a place call 01273 403582, register online or email:

If you can’t make it to these events, you can share your views in an online survey from the website below at the beginning of May either for Horsham or Crawley.

To keep up to date with all the goings on, make sure to follow the NHS Commissioning Group for Horsham and Mid Sussex on Twitter and Facebook.



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